Everything that we saw at Sony's E3 conference, trailers
Darron Dixon Jun 12 • 2 min read
Sony had a fantastic conference with The Last of Us 2, Ghost of Tsushima, Death Stranding, and Spider-Man leading the way. We also saw the reveal of Resident Evil 2 Remake and a new game called Control from Remedy.
The Last of Us 2 opened up the night and boy, does it live up to the hype. It was shown off in a half cinematic, half gameplay trailer that left me genuinely in disbelieve that it looks that good.
Small tidbit between trailers, it was mentioned that God of War would be receiving a new game+ mode, something fans have been asking for.
Ghost of Tsushima got a beautiful new trailer; I cannot believe how gorgeous it is! I am so excited to get my hands on it but sadly no release date just yet.
Destiny 2 had a trailer shown for its upcoming DLC called "The Forsaken" that will be released on September 4th.
Control, a new game from Remedy and published by 505 Games, was shown off in a reveal trailer at the conference. It looks interesting so I will definitely keep my eye on it.
Trover Saves the Universe was announced in a trailer and is set in the Rick and Morty universe(s). Looks like it might be fun, looks to be playable in VR on top of being able to be played normally.
Kingdom Hearts III received yet another trailer at this year’s E3. This one focused mostly on the Pirates of the Carribean world. It is set for release on January 29th, 2019. It looks like a collection is coming of the previous games for the PS4 as well.
Death Stranding had a new trailer shown that appears to feature a first; actual gameplay. Still no release date but we get another confusing, beautiful trailer to look at.
Nioh 2 was announced in a short reveal trailer. Now might be a good time to jump into the series with a sequel on the way. I have wanted to play the first one for some time so this might be the perfect excuse.
Spider-Man swung its way in with a brand new trailer that shows off some gameplay. It looks amazing and I need it in my life yesterday!
Resident Evil 2 Remake was announced in a reveal trailer after so many years of being rumored. In a night full of highlights this stood close to top for me, and you can watch the reveal trailer below. It will be released January 25th, 2019.
Thanks for reading the article! Our coverage of E3 will be coming to a close after Nintendo’s conference but even though we are drawing to a close I foresee plenty of articles about the games covered during this year’s E3.